Constant definitions used throughout the Foundry Virtual Tabletop framework.
The shortened software name
The full software name
The software website URL
The serverless API URL
An ASCII greeting displayed to the client
Define the string name used for the base document type when specific sub-types are not defined by the system
Define the set of languages which have built-in support in the core software
The default artwork used for Token images if none is provided
Define the allowed Document class types.
The allowed Document types which may exist within a Compendium pack.
Define the allowed Document types which may be dynamically linked in chat
Define the allowed Document types which Folders may contain
The maximum allowed level of depth for Folder nesting
A list of allowed game URL names
The minimum allowed grid size which is supported by the software
A list of supported setup URL names
An Array of valid MacroAction scope values
The allowed package types
A safe password string which can be displayed
The default sorting density for manually ordering child objects within a parent
Define the recognized User capabilities which individual Users or role levels may be permitted to perform
The wall properties which restrict the way interaction occurs with a specific wall
The allowed set of HTML template extensions
The supported file extensions for image-type files, and their corresponding mime types.
The supported file extensions for video-type files, and their corresponding mime types.
The supported file extensions for audio-type files, and their corresponding mime types.
The supported file extensions for text files, and their corresponding mime types.
Supported file extensions for font files, and their corresponding mime types.
Supported file extensions for 3D files, and their corresponding mime types.
A consolidated mapping of all extensions permitted for upload.
A list of MIME types which are treated as uploaded "media", which are allowed to overwrite existing files. Any non-media MIME type is not allowed to replace an existing file.
An enumeration of file type categories which can be selected
A subset of Compendium types which require a specific system to be designated
The configured showdown bi-directional HTML <-> Markdown converter options.